Having a list of snack recipes to go-to will make your daily routine so much easier. Whether you need a little pick-me-up or a that extra snack to keep you full throughout the day, you’ll be happy to spend a little extra time on your meal prep. Whether you’re a sweet tooth or prefer something a little more savoury, you’re bound to find your next favourite snack below.
1. 3 Ingredient Chocolate Crunch Doughnuts
What’s better than a snack that only takes three ingredients? It doesn’t get easier than this! Shape them into doughnuts with a silicone mould, or pick whatever shape you like. Feel free to add any extra ingredients if you prefer a specific flavour. Only taking 2 hours to make (most of that time is waiting until the chocolate sets), you’ll be sitting outside the fridge until they’re ready to go.
Get the recipe from Nadia’s Healthy Kitchen here.
2. No Bake Healthy Chocolate Chip Blondies
Who said snack recipes had to be unhealthy? Satisfy your inner sweet tooth without all the guilt with all this healthy blondie recipe. Mix all the ingredients together and then press the mix down into a pan, it’s that easy. This recipe can be refrigerated for up to a week and frozen for a month, so you’ll have a snack ready when you need it. Here’s a tip, add some cocoa and turn these blondies into brownies.
Get the recipe from Laura Fuentes here.
3. Peanut Butter & Oatmeal Protein Bars
There’s nothing better to help you get through the day than a bit of protein. Perfect for a post-workout snack or a 2pm pick-me-up, these peanut butter protein bars are so easy to make. The best part about this snack recipe is; it’s also vegan, dairy-free and gluten-free, so you don’t have an excuse not to make it!
Get the recipe from One Clever Chef here.
4. Strawberry Almond Energy Balls
If your prefer something a little fruitier to make your day just that bit sweeter, this snack recipe will become your new favourite. Full of healthy carbohydrates protein and fiber, this snack will keep you full of energy for longer. Only taking 5 minutes to make, don’t be surprised if this recipe become a staple in your meal prep.
Get the recipe from Cozy Peach Kitchen here.
5. Baked Salt & Vinegar Cucumber Chips
Low in carbs and calories, there won’t be any ounce of guilt when you munch on these cucumber chips. Taking a bit longer than the other snack recipes on this list, the final product will be so worth it. If salt & vinegar isn’t your favourite flavour, feel free to change it up. How does lemon pepper or onion and garlic sound?
Get the recipe from Revolution Health here.
6. Mini Deep Dish Pizzas
If you prefer a savoury snack, you can’t go wrong with this snack recipe. Coming in perfect serving sizes, these mini deep dish pizzas will always hit the spot. Only taking 15 minutes to make, this snack is will always have a spot in your lunch box. If you’re not a fan of just cheese and pepperoni, feel free to personalise this recipe to your liking.
Get the recipe from Dashing Dish here.
7. Oven Baked Zucchini and Feta Fritters
Don’t be surprised if you become addicted to these zucchini and feta fritters. Only using a few common ingredients, it won’t take you long to satisfy your snack fix. Soft on the inside and crunchy on the outside, what more could you want! Put a few in your bag so they’re ready when you need them. This snack recipe also comes with a yoghurt dipping sauce, if you’re feeling extra fancy.
Get the recipe from Cooking LSL here.
8. Garlic Parmesan Roasted Broccoli
Hear me out, broccoli can actually be used to make a tasty snack. Only using a few ingredients that you’ll already have in your kitchen, you only need 30 minutes to have this snack ready to go. Just cut off the broccoli heads, add some flavour and bake them for 20 to 25 minutes. You’ll never want to eat broccoli another way again.
Get the recipe from Crunchy Creamy Sweet here.
9. Vegan Tex Mex Egg Rolls
These little bundles of deliciousness will be perfect to help you along your working day. They can either be baked or fried, and filled with your favourite ingredients. If you’re feeling fancy, make some salsa or guacamole to add some extra flair. Inexpensive and tasty, don’t be surprised if you ‘accidentally’ eat them all.
Get the recipe from Rabbit and Wolves here.
10. Low Carb Granola Bars
Most granola bars are full or unnecessary sugar and aren’t that healthy for you, so why not make your own healthy version? What’s better than snacking without any guilt? Combine a mixture of nuts, seeds and sweet flavouring to create these nutritious bars. If you make a large batch, you’ll have enough granola bars for months to come.
Get the recipe from Wholesome Yum here.